Can you rattle off answers to questions on rare and not so rare neurologic cases? Can you make quick diagnoses based on a short video clip or movie segment? If so, you should put your name in the hat to join a team for Neurobowl®, the popular quiz show at the Annual Meeting.
Challenging or unusual cases that may stump the experts or make a teaching point are also needed for the quiz show.
"We're looking for some fast–thinking diagnosticians who can give these veteran teams a run for their money, along with tricky cases to keep them all on their toes," said Neurobowl host Thomas R. Swift, MD, FAAN.
Five team members plus one alternate will be selected to play at the San Diego Annual Meeting. Team candidates should be available from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 17. Players will receive a $200 honorarium.
To receive an application or submit a case for consideration, email Wendy Vokaty. Applications and cases are due December 1, 2012.